Sat, Oct 01, 2005
Reopens Kenner (New Orleans) Facility
Aviation Laboratories is
still shaking itself out in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and while
it may not be business as normal, at least they're back to
Aviation laboratories notes that, "Our primary laboratory
facility in the New Orleans area suffered minimal damage from
Hurricane Katrina. Over the last several weeks, we have invested
considerable time and money supporting our staff and repairing our
facility, all to satisfy the needs of our customers. We have even
enhanced our capabilities since Hurricane Katrina visited! Bottom
line? Our Kenner facility is back to fully operational status and
our services are better than ever!
With our successful transition of laboratory services back to
Kenner, we have overcome the difficulties presented by Hurricanes
Katrina and Rita with minimal disruption to our laboratory
services. We have worked hard to ensure that our customers needs
are met and that storm related difficulties do not become our
With the Kenner lab fully operational, Aviation Laboratories
asks customers to please send samples to their Kenner location:
Aviation Laboratories, 910 Maria Street, Kenner, Louisiana 70062.
For those customers with pre-paid postage labels in their kits, the
address on these labels is the Kenner address.
Any sample they receive during this transition will be analyzed,
interpreted, and posted on our web site by October 7th, 2005. If
you do not see your sample results by that time, please call them
so that they can trace the sample shipment.
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